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rates -- implement a public finance system based on new york city. it works well in new york city. it will work well in new york state. >> do you think he's serious? >> i do think he's serious. >> how will he prove he's serious? >> well, he'll prove his seriousness by getting this bill passed in the coming legislature. i think we can have confidence that the governor will be able to pass something that is called campaign finance reform in this state. the real test and measure is going to be whether it includes this citizen funding. >> how would public funding work? >> well, it can work a lot of different ways. for obvious reasons it's most useful to point to new york city when you're in new york state. here we have a system in the city if you're running for citywide office or for city council, any contribution up to, you qualify to get into the system, you elect to be in the system, it's voluntary. then any contribution up to $175 is matched six to one -- >> by the public? >> by the public. out of a pool from the general fund from the budget. and that has had a dramatic transforma
banking, i'm not an expert citi, but i know about it. there's a barrier to entry for smaller banks, bigger survives becausef dodd frank and basel, basel-- and there are barriers to entry to investment banking and debt diversification. is there a barriers entry in the airline industry? >> and adam, i'm going to stand apart from a the lot of these guys, i don't think that airline ticket prices are that high. i note to gerri's point with the fees and everything you're getting gouged because they can't give you a ticket price and leave it at that and it is, it is cheap to fly in the scheme of things and i just suspect with the mergers, reality is going to start to come home and it won't be as cheap to fly. >> over the past 30 years, airline places came down dramatically after deregulation and got really inexpensive to fly and guess what, the airlines didn't make any money so of course, prices are going up. and i also think that small airlines will start up where routes are being served well, and they'll offer ultra cheap prices and they'll succeed and some will fail. this thing has a cycle to
was first elected to the city council. i went to the city manager. i talked to him about a variety of things. said, well, we have the capitol improvements plan. we -- the things we have to do over the next ten years would cost $70 million. and he said, here's the problem. the public collectively is now willing to pay for what the public collectively wants. kendis it is so true. it's even true in congress. we -- the expectation is that there can be current or more services delivered in an efficient, professional way. and the math does not work. you know, you can do more with less once in awhile, but year after year after year you simply can't. and i think that is the most difficult thing for people to understand. and that is why, you know, you look at that captain i put up there about the weapons for the bush tax cut. now, some of it is gone back, but only some of that because by and large the american people do not want any more money spent on taxes. the price that is being paid for that is not so much an individual price. it's more a price that involves the overall health of the population
nine votes every time the city to council took a resolution. so we really needed, even the support of romania and its successors at a time when the united states didn't like an awful lot of the things that they were, in fact, doing. keeping a coalition that broad, that deep onboard, i think it have something to say about constraining objectives. >> i was a colonel at the time, and while all this discussion was going on i was focus on running off guard and running off tackle. you know, down at the fundamental level. i had been, the two years before, the gulf war i've been on the joint chiefs of staff, and i've been the executive director of three joint chiefs of staff, and was there general powell's first six months, and the whole thing at the time, we were this close to the sink, commander-in-chief of sin, being an admiral. it went down. it was between the two-three stars because between schwarzkopf and a navy three-star admiral. because at the time it was all about the tanker wars. that's all we've been doing so there was, there was no thought -- we have no war plans. america has
that is truly remarkable. >> grant came here because it was so incredibly hot in new york city during the summer of 1885, and his advanced tongue and throat cancer was so painful and he was suffering. >> reporter: yes, when the general and former president came here, he was dying of throat cancer and he was broke. >> he had only $189 in his checking account as a result of his son getting him into a ponzi scheme. >> reporter: for years the man who had led union troops to victory in the civil war had declined offers to tell his story in print. he didn't consider himself a literacy man. but now he was being offered $50,000 and 75% of sales by an admirer of his author mark twain. >> mark twain was a great fan of ulysses grant. he made no secret of his admiration for grant. >> reporter: grant biography h.w. brands. >> so when he heard that grant was thinking about writing a book-like memoir he thought that it would be a great idea if he, twain, could be the one to publish it. >> reporter: it was an offer grant couldn't afford to refuse. but time was running short. >> everybody in the united states kn
when i go to the store on fifth avenue here in new york city. not everybody lives in new york city. >> you have to buy directly from tiffany. you cannot trust as much anymore. honestly, who buys tiffany's at a cost go anyway? you go there to buy, you kow, both purchases for your kitchen he. gerri: has not entirely true. they have breitling, a number of higher-end labels that i was shocked to see that they sold. it is even more confusing of a playing field i think for consumers because if you have bridling, if you have some of these high-in french jewelry retailer's, why wouldn't you have tiffany? it is hard to tell. >> i think the really intelligent consumers can tell, have done the homework. corporation you confining compare prices, compare, you know, looks. the end of the day the consumer is going to figure out into the negative publicity for costco and overtime it erodes the brand. it can really do harm to the company in you wil see it. gerri: sure they make these people whole, reimbursed and to some level? >> i think that costco should reimburse them antiphony shared by the con
: on her return to new york city, nearly everyone seemed to turn out to see the sleek new ship slide into the harbor. >> imagine taking a structure the size of the chrysler building turning it on its side and pushing it through the atlantic at a 44 miles an hour speed. that's a heck of a lot of engineering. on top of that, make it the most beautiful ship in the world. >> reporter: this beautiful ship attracted the beautiful people of her day. marilyn monroe, marlin brand oh, the duke and deutch he is of windsor, artist sal dore dali. even that legendary european beauty the mona lisa made the crossing aboard the big u. it was a heady experience for everyone on board. >> i remembered how absolutely gorgeous those stacks were. what it looks like when it's painted properly. >> reporter: back in 1958, five-year-old roz mcpherson and her family sailed to her father's new army posting in europe. they had come from the segregated south. but mcpherson discovered something remarkable on board. the ship was color blind. >> you figure that's 1958. that was a big deal to us as a family from the s
in cleveland and new york city. right now in the 50s across the city of tampa but very cold. nighttime hours, very cold temperatures and tomorrow in parts of the northern plains, snow is heavy and lot colder across places in the northern plains. >> kelly: thank you very much. >> heather: as the senate prepares to confirm former g.o.p. senator chuck hagel as the next secretary of defense new questions about whether all the opposition to his nomination will hurt his ability to lead in the long run. here is lindsay graham is addressing this issue on fox news sunday earlier today. >> even if you allow hagel to be confirmed in a weekly when you come back from recess, do you worry at all he will be damaged and therefore less effective in dealing inside the pentagon? >> i would worry about a congress being jammed to support a nominee that the "washington post" is said to the left of obama policy agenda and on the fringe of the senate. >> heather: joining me now is brad blakeman and erlina maxwell i'll start with you. it does appear that chuck hagel will be confirmed as secretary of defense. will th
making it will make the darn thing come faster. >> tucker: it cost. >> clayton: in new york city you have to map out your day. >> tucker: pavolvian. >> clayton: i'm going to gym. >> anna: ladies, the amount of time getting ready. showers, and makeup, getting dressed a total of 1 hours and 16 minutes. >> clayton: that's on a monday. >> anna: on a monday. >> clayton: by the end of the week, it shifts all the way down. so you guys let yourself go. >> tucker: it's fairly dramatic. by friday. showering ten minutes, hair 2 minutes. makeup 2 minutes, getting dressed one minute. that's pretty fast. >> clayton: so you guys let yourself go by the end of the week and by the end of week, i don't care about my hair and makeup. >> anna: i wake up looking like this, for hair and makeup. >> and in the study. men work out significantly more than women. 27.4. >> tucker: i don't buy that for a second. no, that's not consistent with any woman i know and amazing fact in here, the amount of time spent crying. how often do men and women cry per month. women say they cry 5.3 times per month for a total of 6 min
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